Holley‘s team is constantly working hard to churn out new products. This time they have released five new products for C3 Corvettes. The crew at Holley thought it was high time to show these beloved Corvettes a little affection.
New Products From Rekudo:
Rekudo has released a high-quality direct replacement front and rear disk brake rotors made for 1965-1982 C2/C3 Corvettes. They feature a black E-coat on fully machined hats that pass a 400-hour salt spray test without rusting. They have a non-directional finish for better rotor and pad break-in. These Rekudo rotors are also double disc ground to help eliminate run out and thickness variations.
Also, newly engineered from Rekudo are these all-new forged 4140 steel front wheel bearing hub assemblies. Since they are made from forged 4140 steel they offer 25% higher tensile strength and 35% higher fatigue strength than other cast hubs. These are also EDP coated for corrosion resistance. Another key feature is that they are a direct replacement for an 1969-1982 C3 Corvette, and they come with races and wheel studs installed as well as quality wheel bearings, washers, castle nuts and cotter pins, and inner seals for easy installation.
New Holley EFI Products:
New from Holley EFI is this fuel pump module for the 1975-1977 Corvette. This product was designed to be a direct replacement for the factory pick-up and sending unit. There is also no need for any modification and you will not need to replace your fuel tank unless you truly desire. This product even allows you to retain your factory hard line by connecting the outlet of the pump to the hard line in your vehicle.
Holley also has an EFI Fuel Pump module for the 1978-1981 Corvette that is also a direct replacement for the factory pick-up and sending unit. Just like the one for the 1975-1977 Corvette there is no need to get a new fuel tank and you can use the factory hard line as well. This one includes a 255 LPH fuel pump and a Holley HydraMat. The fuel pressure is internally regulated to 58 psi thus eliminating the extra expense of hassle of purchasing an external fuel pressure regulator.